From Maes Howe to Rosslyn Chappel. Frequency and resonance were the ways of our ancestors. Exploring sound potentials applied within Reshel Grids to raise frequency globally.
Visits to Rosslyn Chapel reveal that the so called crypt at the chapel is not a death chamber, but is in fact a resonant chamber, or more specifically to the cup-stone leys a resonant cavity.
Rosslyn Chapel is itself well mapped with regard to the Reshel Matrix such that the geometric and telluric grids intertwine, bringing together a masculine and feminine earth energy weave that has an extensive reach globally. The chapel itself is an alchemical construction of profound elegance. Although romanticised by the popularity of the da-vinci code, the significance of Rosslyn is renowned.
A visit to Maes Howe this last winter solstice (2011) revealed a similar story. Considered a burial chamber by archaeologists, it clearly is not. Again, while there, it was evident that the chamber itself holds a deep resonance.
These combinations of resonant chambers aligned with Earth Grid locations have tremendous influence that suggests that the ancient ancestors had a deep knowing of the nature of frequency, resonance and energy relationships. To this day, our contemporary grasp of this understanding is in its infancy.
The ReSounding Scotland Project seeks to further explore the energy - matter relationship and the application of frequency and resonance in the ancestral landscape.
Currently a small team of people is forming with studied experience and research in both the Reshel and Telluric Earth Grids.
The primary requirement at present is the bringing together of people willing to commit to this project. If those people also have access to scientific/recording equipment this would be a great asset.